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ASU, city, county and tribal leaders established the Sustainable Cities Network to enhance and ensure sustainability of the region, share knowledge and coordinate efforts to solve local sustainability issues, foster partnerships, discover best practices, provide training and information, offer meaningful connections and collective learning opportunities, connect ASU research with the front-line challenges of sustainability. The Network provides practitioners with knowledge, resources and innovations to accelerate the valley toward national leadership in sustainability. Through the Network, partners, members, and workgroups collaborate to streamline city operations, advance solar energy, mitigate urban heat island, design sustainable neighborhoods, and secure water supplies in changing climate.


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Anne Reichman
Sustainable Cities Network
Located in ASU's Global Institute of Sustainability
800 South Cady Mall
Tempe, AZ 85281  

Phone: (480) 965-2168
Fax : (480) 965-8087
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Southwest Wildlife Conservation CenterSOUTHWEST WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CENTER From prickly porcupines to majestic Mexican gray wolves, Southwest Wildlife offers a close-up look at Arizona's wild residents. We offer a unique and personal field trip experience that we can customize to enhance classroom learning. We engage children at our nature center through educational programs, such as home school days, preschool classes, Girl Scout workshops, and camps. If you can not come to us, let us come to you with one of our offsite presentations; school assemblies, community outreach, booth settings or customized programs are available. Nature Center tours are given daily by appointment. Watch our website for special events. Kim Carr
Southwest Wildlife Rehabilitation and Educational Foundation, Inc.
8711 East Pinnacle Peak Road, PMB #115
Scottsdale, AZ 85255 (480)

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Stewarding Arizona's Environment Since 1969

Arizona Forward was founded as Valley Forward in 1969, one year before the first Earth Day. We expanded statewide in 2013.  

We mobilize business leaders and policymakers to leverage their collective power to influence how we best grow our communities, stimulate our economy and enhance our environment.

Our diverse membership of large corporations and small businesses, along with municipal, county and state agencies, educational institutions, related nonprofits and concerned citizens help ensure: smart growth and development, efficient transportation, improved air quality, responsible water management, energy alternatives and meaningful education.

Arizona Forward

3800 North Central Avenue

Suite 1030

Phoenix, AZ  85012


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